By Bradley Johnson

Fly Fishing Adventure Awaits!

Just beyond the crushing crowds of Yellowstone National
Park, tucked into the stony heart of Wyoming’s Bighorn
Mountains, is a wilderness filled with sapphire lakes, Rocky
Mountain streams, and wily trout. Welcome to the Cloud
Peak Wilderness where fly fishing and outdoor adventure
awaits you.

Whether you’re an expert angler or a novice chasing
backcountry trout for the first time, this guide has something
for you. Inside you’ll find destinations both popular and
remote. Looking for an easy day’s catch, a family outing, or an
angling challenge? The Cloud Peak Wilderness has just what
you’re looking for.

Come and explore the Cloud Peak Wilderness and discover
your next backcountry angling adventure!

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By Bradley Johnson

Yellowstone grizzly bears, wilderness, wolves, and majestic trout all connect in Wyoming's mountains. Youthful fishing adventures in remote streams combine with conservation science to tell the story of Wyoming's incredible wildlife and ecology.
From the heart of Yellowstone to the Bighorn Mountains explore the treasures found in Wyoming's mountains and waters. In addition to hidden trout streams, you can enjoy tales about the return of wolves to Wyoming, close encounters with moose, and much more.

Explore how fly fishing and environmental conservation converge in protecting what makes the Rocky Mountains a unique and beloved landscape from alongside a beautiful mountain stream.

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Dr. Bradley Johnson turned his childhood love of fly fishing into a career.  As an author Dr. Johnson has extensively explored the connection of fly fishing to environmental conservation, including in his first book, Wyoming Mountains & Home-waters: Family, Fly Fishing, and Conservation and his blog The Conservation Angler. 
A Wyoming native, Dr. Johnson has traversed the Rocky Mountains and beyond as both an angler and as an expert in the field of natural resource management.  In addition to Wyoming he has lived and worked in Montana, Colorado, New Hampshire, and most recently Washington.  He served in Iraq with the U.S. Army in 2004.  He earned his PhD in Natural Resource and Environmental Studies from the University of New Hampshire in 2011.


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